Mole concept is a method to determine the amount of any substance that consists of some elemental particles using a grouping unit called ‘mole’. The mole concept enables one to handle the large amount of small elementary particles. The mole concept can be used in many calculations related to mole calculation, molar amount, mole ratio, and so on, which are significant in chemistry.
How many moles are in 8.00 g of NH3?
It is required to calculate the number of moles in 8 g of ammonia, which can be done using the following relation,
Given mass of ammonia = 8 g
Molecular mass of ammonia = 1 x 14 + 3 x 1 = 17 g/mol,
Substituting the values in the above equation, we get,
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